SRAM Guide T Disc Brake

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The SRAM Guide T is a lightweight and powerful four-piston disc brake system that offers consistent performance, precise lever control and many dedicated features that make brake bleeding easier and quicker than ever before. The SRAM Guide T is a smart minded, budget-conscious brake that keeps you in control.

The Guide T uses Bleeding Edge technology that makes brake bleeding a breeze with a drip-free bleed port and a dedicated bleed adapter to minimise fluid loss and air contamination.

You can pair the Guide T with the standard Matchmaker system (NOT MATCHMAKER X) to de-clutter your bar and save weight for a cleaner looking bar set up all with one tidy lightweight clamp. (compatible with Avid® levers, a number of SRAM® triggers and RockShox PushLoc controls).

Reduce caliper fluid temperature with the SRAM Heat Shield technology. This stainless steel shield reduces caliper fluid temperature by about 20C by breaking the thermal connection between the caliper body and the pad.

  • WEIGHT:280g (with Direct Mount and 800mm hose)
  • LEVER: Aluminum / Stamped
  • CALIPER:Lightweight 4-piston dual-diameter
  • FINISH: Black Gloss
  • PAD:Steel-backed organic
  • PIVOT:DirectLink


  • Bleeding Edge technology
  • Matchmaker Compatible
  • Heat Shield
  • DirectLink lever

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